Some thoughts...

So, as I mentioned in the page updates on April 23rd, I haven't found time to properly update the site. I was thinking, I should definitely get a blog. I can record everything with the private audio logs (which I will talk about later in SOUL) and post filtered, more interesting content in the blog. I'm calling this blog ABYSS, because I'm at this point in time in which I have a website, but haven't fully put in any content: I'm just going to be spitting out displaced, unorganized thoughts periodically in this blog. It's between two places, it's empty, yet it can be as deep I determine it to be; it's an abyss. I was thinking of creating a separate blog for mind, body, and soul, but then I realized that I could just add tags and categories. Eventually, I'll move past the logs and start organizing information more, then have the blog post refer to static pages that contain the information if there's a lot. For example, I can talk about a new book I'm reading and add that to the books page, or I can talk about my project and refer to its location in the portfolio. Hyperlinks, blog tags, and blog categories make this network both organized and easy-to-access. This website will go through myriad changes; this blog is one way I can do something with relatively little effort and time: things that I need as much of at the moment. 

For the past couple days, I've been posting logs, but those have been too personal and unfiltered. I've decided to keep that information solely in the audio logs. Like I said earlier, the blog posts will be ideas concerning the website. Anyways, I'm done for the night. Later. 

UPDATE FROM SEPTEMBER 8TH, 2016:I'M CALLING THE ABYSS BLOG VOID. WHY? BECAUSE ABYSS SOUNDS REALLY WEIRD, AND VOID FITS IN MUCH BETTER. PLUS, VOID HAS A DOUBLE MEANING - MEANINGLESS. I'D LIKE TO KEEP THIS BLOG THAT WAY FOR SOME TIME, UNTIL CAN DEDICATE MYSELF TO A BLOG. RIGHT NOW IT'S EXPERIMENTAL, THEREFORE I WOULD LIKE FOR IT TO HAVE AS LITTLE EXTERNAL MEANING AS POSSIBLE. OPPOSITE FROM A USUAL BLOG.

 

Anand Sekar